The reviews of Shakespeare Theatre Company's An Ideal Husband haven't exactly been glowing. The Washington Post's Peter Marks called the play a "noteworthy relic," chalking up the production's shortcomings to the fact that the play happens to be second-rate Oscar Wilde. The play's lengthy first act apparently sent City Paper's Trey Graham into a yawning fit: He [...]
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OPENING: Little Shop of Horrors today at Ford's Theatre; Nights at the Opera: Golden Age today at the Kennedy Center's Family Theater; The Front Page today at Port City Playhouse; Clybourne Park Monday at Woolly Mammoth Theatre; Stomp Tuesday at Round House Theatre Bethesda; My Name Is Asher Lev Wednesday at Round House Theatre Bethesda.